Updating chipset

by  |  16-Oct-2019 01:06

There’s also a really good chance that you have some onboard generic video card.Your best bet is to upgrade your video card drivers by heading to the manufacturer’s site, though you could just use the Upgrade driver feature built into Windows and explained below.

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If you are having a problem with a particular device, you can quickly upgrade to a newer version by opening Device Manager, right-clicking on the device, and choosing Update Driver Software.

This will pop up a wizard that lets you either search Windows Update or your PC for the latest drivers—or you can manually install the drivers by using the Browse option.

If you let Windows automatically update, it’ll install right away and ask you to reboot.

If it fixes your problem, great—if not, you can always roll back the driver.

If you’re trying to eke out every tiny bit of performance out of your system, you should make sure that your video card drivers are updated using the manufacturer’s drivers, and you probably want to upgrade your chipset, networking, and sound card drivers as well.

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